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Skullcandy iPhone FMJ

Skullcandy iPhone FMJ » image 1

Skull Candy introduces FMJ, a reasonably priced well built , in ear headset that the delivers the bass, and a pretty good microphone too for the iPhone.

Skullcandy’s iPhone FMJ ($80), is an iPhone-specific redux of the company’s device-agnostic Full Metal Jacket, now featuring integrated microphone and control button functionality that enables the in-canal earphones to serve as a telephone call-ready headset for both the iPhone and Blackberry Curve. While the new FMJ won’t be right for everyone, it’s a strong option for users who prefer their music bass-heavy, and want a better than average microphone for their calls.



0 comment filed    7:13 am    March 5th, 2008     posted by : Mehdi    Permalink   RSS
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Funky Ring Doubles as Mini Microphone

Funky Ring Doubles as Mini Microphone » image 4

Sterling silver ring with built-in microphone that works! Crafted by hand, this sturdy angular ring has a mirror shine finish toped off with a brush treated perforated aluminum lid. Looks fantastic when used as a microphone or in standby mode as jewellery.

very unique, very oblique!



0 comment filed    9:20 am    December 15th, 2007     posted by : Mehdi    Permalink   RSS
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the best USB microphone on the planet Earth

the best USB microphone on the planet Earth » image rode-podcaster-microphone?

arrived to me! It is called ?Rode Podcaster? and it is broadcasting quality microphone made by company that makes usually studio microphones. Interestingly it is ?Made in Australia? - my first Oz-made gadget! Below on the photo you can see that it is not small - it is quite huge - it lies on my old Tablet PC and nearby MS Smartphone is lying for size comparison sake. The audio quality is incredibly high and the only ?problem? is ?p-sounds? that means that ?p? somethings is too loud and ?p-filter? should solve it. I know that even users of professional microphones use p-filters so it?s natural. Anyway: this Rode Podcaster is the best USB microphone on this planet - I was trying several ones and this one has the best sound.

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Now I will be able to record podcasts with audio quality not lower than this one offered by professional studios in radio and TV stations?

Link & Image : msmobiles



0 comment filed    7:55 am    November 23rd, 2006     posted by : Mahmood    Permalink   RSS
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